Master’s Degrees

Explore our different master’s degrees for current and future healthcare providers and professionals.

13 Programs | Entry-Level & Post-Professional Degrees

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Master of Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS)

Residential | Full-Time | 28 Months

Become a physician assistant.

Our Master of Physician Assistant Studies program prepares you to enter the healthcare field as a PA with our innovative curriculum, our focus on clinical practice and skills, and our student-focused faculty.

PA with a stethoscope and patient

Master of Science in Medical Speech-Language
Pathology (MS MedSLP)

Residential | Full-Time | 24 Months

Become a medical speech-language pathologist.

Our MS MedSLP program prepares you to practice as a medical SLP with our medical-based curriculum, our onsite pro bono clinic, and through patient contact hours.

Medical SLP works with boy with mirror

Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
(MHC)

Residential or Limited-Residency | 2 To 2 1/2 Years | Evening Classes

Become a licensed clinical mental health counselor.

Earn your master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling. Our program prepares you for clinical mental health counseling through both our hands-on training and didactic curriculum.

Clinical mental health counselor counsels female client

Master of Science in School Counseling (MSC)

Residential or Limited-Residency | 2 To 2 1/2 Years | Evening Classes

Become a certified school counselor.

Move into school counseling as you earn your master’s degree. Our program prepares you for school counseling by teaching you theories, techniques, and skills alongside clinical internships or practicums.

School counselor laughs with students

Master of Science in Nursing - Family Nurse Practitioner

(MSN-FNP)

20 Months | Post-Bachelor’s | Limited-Residency

Become a Family Nurse Practitioner while earning your Master of Science in Nursing. Registered nurses with a BSN are eligible for the program, and have the option to continue their education with a DNP degree.

FNP with a pediatric patient

Master of Science in Nursing - Family Nurse Practitioner / Emergency Nurse Practitioner

(MSN-FNP/ENP)

2 Years | Post-Bachelor’s | Limited-Residency

 

Registered nurses with a BSN can earn their Master of Science in Nursing while preparing for a career as a Family Nurse Practitioner and Emergency Nurse Practitioner. You will have the option to continue your education with a DNP degree. Advance your nursing practice while refining your skills for multiple clinical environments.

FNP/ENP in an ER

Master of Science in Nursing - Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner

(MSN-PMHNP)

 

20 Months | Post-Bachelor’s | Online

Earn your Master of Science in Nursing while training as a Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. Registered nurses with a BSN can advance in the profession and gain clinical skills in an area of critical need. You can then continue your education with your DNP degree.

A PMHNP listens to a patient

Master of Science in Nursing - Family Nurse Practitioner / Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner

(MSN-FNP/PMHNP)

2 Years | Post-Bachelor’s | Limited-Residency

 

Gain unique clinical flexibility by becoming a Family Nurse Practitioner and Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner while earning your MSN. Registered Nurses with a BSN are eligible to pursue this comprehensive course of study, and have the option to continue their education with a DNP degree.

FNP/PMHNP with patient

Master of Science in Health Science (MSHS)

Online | 6 Tracks | Under 2 Years

Earn the master’s degree for healthcare professionals.

Set yourself apart with an MSHS as you specialize in health and wellness coaching, functional nutrition, sports performance, rehabilitative science, healthcare administration, or healthcare professions education.

Sports performance specialist in gym

Master of Science in Athletic Training Practice (MSATP)

2 Years | Post-Professional | Limited-Residency

Earn your master’s in athletic training.

Develop advanced skills and knowledge as you stay current with changes in athletic training practice and education. Delve into areas such as general medicine, psychosocial interventions, orthopedic applications, biomedical testing and imaging, manual therapies, leadership, and more.

Athletic trainer works with college athlete with knee injury

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